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“Porsche Girl” Helps Fainted Woman on Guangzhou Street

A young girl who apparently got off a blue Porsche stops to help the fainted woman when others remained bystanders.

A Chinese middle aged woman is seen lying on a Guangzhou sidewalk, having apparently fainted.

From NetEase:

“Porsche girl” stops car to help middle aged woman who fainted on street

Summary: December 25th, in Haizhu district of Guangzhou, a 30-something middle aged woman fainted on the sidewalk, yet no one amongst a large number of onlookers/bystanders went forth to help her. When a passerby called the police, a young girl and man driving a blue Porsche got out to help the fainted woman, and took the woman to a hospital.

A young girl who apparently got off a blue Porsche stops to help the fainted woman when others remained bystanders.

A young woman and a man driving a blue Porsche stop to help a woman who fainted on the street in Guangzhou, China.

A young woman and a man driving a blue Porsche stop to help a woman who fainted on the street in Guangzhou, China.

A young woman and a man driving a blue Porsche stop to help a woman who fainted on the street in Guangzhou, China.

A young woman and a man driving a blue Porsche stop to help a woman who fainted on the street in Guangzhou, China.

A young woman and a man driving a blue Porsche stop to help a woman who fainted on the street in Guangzhou, China.

Comments from NetEase:

lbg224522 [网易广西南宁市网友]:

The man and young girl should be lauded for their kindness, for helping those in need, for taking pleasure in helping others. When there are more people like this, there will be even more hope for this society.

大泽乡吴广 [网易湖南省网友]:

Once again proves that those who rescue others must be rich people.

网易广东省网友:

Perhaps as a daughter of a rich family she is naive, or perhaps her family assets are enough that she’s not afraid of extortion…
[but] the good deed of helping the weak, no matter if it is a common practice or not, must always be praised and is always worthy of admiration.
In contrast, those who extort Good Samaritans do indeed harm public morals and are without conscience!

骑马o过海 [网易广东省广州市网友]:

Who says [people in] Guangzhou only have the stench of money [put money above all else]? This beautiful “second generation rich” girl is showing the civilization of Guangzhou people! May love and care forever be amongst people!

i498 [网易山东省泰安市网友]:

Poor people truly do not dare to go help/rescue others.

rwvtkk0 [网易浙江省温州市网友]:

Helping people is a virtue and a responsibility. It’s just that the Nanjing Judge and worse-than-a-beast Xu and its disciples have discouraged people from doing good deeds. Those damn beasts.

ohsas18000 [网易广东省深圳市网友]:

Children are the embodiment of a people’s future.
Too much of the filth in our society today will cause society to be like this in the upcoming decades.
When we don’t dare to let our children go out at night, don’t dare to let our children speak to strangers, and even more don’t dare to let our children help others, then I predict what our children will teach their children will be these same things.

网易海南省网友 [8186136]:

So young and already a mistress.

网易山东省青岛市网友:

Brother, exercise some restraint when speaking without evidence.

网易北京市海淀区网友:

The person who photographed this really has nothing better to do, only knowing to take photos instead of going forth to help, has the potential to be a journalist.

蒼天無語啊 [网易福建省福州市网友]:

There aren’t many people with both money and conscience these days. Those without money don’t dare to help. If they were to encounter a Nanjing judge just once in their lives, their family would basically be bankrupted. Those with money basically all have connections, so they’re not afraid of running into that kind of 250 [idiotic] judge. Unfortunately, [even with] phenomenon like this that affects the entire society…we don’t see the relevant government departments come out to do anything about it.

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